Develop the Montessori Method further with this continuation of the Montessori Method by acclaimed Dr. Maria Montessori. Suggested Level: PR (Professional Level) Topics: PR, LEA, LEA.PR, Curriculum, Textbooks, Manuals, etc., Montessori method of education
The Montessori Method (developed by Dr. Maria Montessori) is an approach to teaching that seeks to engage all four aspects of a child: psychical, social, emotional and cognitive. Suggested Level: PR (Professional) Topics: PR, LEA, LEA.PR, Curriculum, Textbooks, Manuals, etc., Montessori method of education, Holistic...
" Learning Together in the Mpika Inclusive Education Project' is a report of a three-year project to promote inclusive education in Mpika District, Northern Province, Zambia. The project was funded by Comic Relief through the Child-to-Child Trust. A short video film about the project is also available." Suggested Level: PR (Professional) Topics: Inclusive education--Africa, Group work--Educational, Disabled Children--education, LEA, LEA.PR
Jacob Barnett, a teenage autistic boy talks about the difference between learning and thinking in this inspiring TEDxTeen Talk. Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary) Topics: LEA, LS, LEA.LS, Video, Education--Aims and objectives
"WHO developed this document... to help teachers, students and parents create a positive psycho-social climate in their school as a means to improve school quality and the mental and physical well-being of young people." Suggested Level: PR (Professional) Topics: LEA, WHO, Education-- (Primary), School environment, Active learning, Bullying in...
"This publication reflects several years experience from the Child-to-Child project in South London." Suggested Level: PR (Professional) Topics: LEA, LEA.PR, Case studies in education, Education--England, Citizenship--Great Britain--Case...
A pamphlet designed to help school start a Model United Nations club where students learn about the diplomatic process and international relations. Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary) Topics: LEA, LEA.LS, LS, C3, Textbooks, Manuals, etc., Model United Nations
Sir Ken Robinson gives a revolutionary speech about the importance of creativity, the arts and non-traditional means of teaching in this TED talk. Suggested Level: PR (Professional) Topics: LEA, LEA.PR, PR, C3, Video, Education--Social aspects, Fine arts, Creativity
A handbook of curriculum teaching children about bullying, how to prevent it and how to effectively solve problems instead. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary) Topics: LEA, LP, LEA.LP, C3, Curriculum, Bullying--Prevention
An activity designed to help young children practice constructive conflict management skills. Suggested Levels: EE-LP (Early Education-Lower Primary) Topics: EE, LP, LEA, C3, LEA.EE, LEA.LP, Curriculum, Conflict resolution--(Primary)
A worksheet asking kids to think about past problem solving and applying techniques to future problems. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary) Topics: LP, LEA, LEA.LP, C3, Worksheets, Conflict resolution--(Primary)
A pamphlet by the U.S. Department of State developed to introduce the concepts of specialized learning to those who are teaching students with disabilities. Suggested Level: PR (Professional) Topics: LEA, LEA.PR, PR, C3, Textbooks, manuals, etc., People with disabilities, Distance education students
Sir Ken Robinson speaks on what he views as the future of education from linear thinking to a much more holistic view. Suggested Level: PR (Professional) Topics: LEA, LEA.PR, PR, C3, Education--social aspects, Video
Months after he was born, in 1948, Ron McCallum became blind. In this charming, moving talk, he shows how he is able to read -- and celebrates the progression of clever tools and adaptive computer technologies that make it possible. With their help, and that of generous volunteers, he's become a lawyer, an academic, and, most of all, a voracious reader. Welcome to the blind reading revolution. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary) Topics: Literacy, Technology, Blindness, LEA, LEA.US, US, TEC, TEC.US, Video